SAMARITAN OUTREACH Ministries

The Samaritan Ministries engage in social concerns and benevolent activities locally, nationally, and internationally by:

  • Providing essential reliefs to victims of natural disaster and famine.

  • Providing temporary shelter for the homeless.

  • Supplying essential medical equipment to impoverished nations around the world.

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SAMARITAN OUTREACH MINISTRIES

 

Samaritan Outreach engage in social concerns and benevolent activities locally, nationally, and internationally by:

 

  • Providing essential reliefs to families and victims of natural disaster

Christ exhorts the church to share food with the hungry, give clothes to those in need, help those who need help (Is 58:7), open 

    our ears to the cry of the poor so that He can also answer our prayers; and honor Him by being kind to the needy (Prov. 14:23, 21: 13).

 

  • Providing temporary shelter for the homeless

Christ exhorts us to give shelter to the homeless (Isaiah 58:7) and fulfill His law by carrying one another’s burden (Gal. 6:2).

 

  • Supplying essential health care devices and supplies to impoverished nations around the world

Health Care facilities in developing countries are in dire need of medical devices and supplies. The adverse impact of ill-furnished health care centers on patients in impoverished nations should be everyone’s concern. Whilst the rich easily resort to care in developed countries, the poor only stay to see their health deteriorate for lack of needed health care supplies. Help bridge the health care gap between poor and rich countries by supporting our efforts to gather and ship used, and new medical devices and supplies abandoned and sitting rusty and dusty in hospitals and factories across our nation to where they are truly needed. Together, we can furnish local and remote health care centers in poor countries deprived of the basic needed hospital beds and supplies and God will continue to bless us. For God commands us, “Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due, when it is in your power to act” (Prov. 3:27).